Search Is On For The Killer Of A 10-Year-Old Girl In N.E, Metro Leaders And It’s Union Meet To Avoid A Possible Strike

The Search is on for the killer of a 10-year-old girl in N.E, four others shot…

DC Police are offering a $25-thousand dollar reward for information in the shooting death of 10-year-old Makiyah Wilson. Four others were shot when a vehicle with four men dressed in all black stepped out and opened fire on the crowd. Surveillance pictures of the suspects and the vehicle have been released to the public.

The White House is on damage control…

Source say the White House is on damage control following the shocking comments made yesterday by President Trump during a press conference with Russia’s President. Trump who is back in DC is set to meet with Republican lawmakers to discuss making GOP tax cuts permanent.

Metro’ leaders and it’s Union meet to avoid a possible strike…

Metro leaders and the union that represents their 9-thousand works plan to meet today. The sit down follows Sunday’s vote by union members to approve a strike. DC Mayor says a strike would violate the law.

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